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Christmas pressie from ILS December 19, 2011

Posted by Alison Taylor in All categories, English.
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Just in case you’re already a little bored and short of things to do on the Christmas break we have new YouTube video for you to watch. Anyone interested in Literature Online, take a look at this new tutorial by English student Amelia Watt. Literature Online provides criticism, biographies, bibliographies and whole texts from a wide variety of authors, poets and playwrights. Take a look.


Full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b7mcYZYDNhk&feature=plcp&context=C3cc4f69UDOEgsToPDskKok9JYykoXoXCyhVuwFjZ2


Photo: MikeOliveri on Flickr CC


English and Drama students, these are for you… December 5, 2011

Posted by Alison Taylor in English.
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Want to know how to make the most of Early English Books Online (EEBO) or the Shakespeare Survey? We have two brand spanking new videos on our YouTube channel, made for us by English student Amelia Watt. These videos will give you an insight into searching these two databases to find texts, criticism and more. Just go to www.youtube.com/worcesteralt and choose the video you want. Enjoy 🙂


Image: ryanrocketship on Flickr CC.

The Complete Work of Charles Darwin November 1, 2006

Posted by Darren in English, Environmental management, History, Life sciences, Sociology.
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DarwinThis site contains all of Darwin’s publications –  a total of over 50,000 searchable text pages and 40,000 images. Casual visitors can look over a complete list of the materials by clicking on the “Contents” section, others may wish to view the very thorough bibliography, which is based on R.B. Freeman’s 1977 work, “The Works of Charles Darwin: An Annotated Bibliographical Handlist”. The site also contains a biographical sketch and a number of obituaries.